Gomeda Valley is located to the west of Mustafapaşa Town, whose historical name is Sinasos. It is also intriguing with the stories about this valley, which is known for its mystical and spooky atmosphere as well as its beauties. Bey Creek accompanies visitors throughout this destination, which is among the must-see places in Cappadocia and is famous for its dovecotes carved into the rocks.
Gomeda Valley, also known as the "Small Ihlara Valley" due to its geomorphological similarity with Ihlara Valley, has a walking area of 7200 meters. The green nature throughout the valley and the pigeons that can be seen in summer create an admirable and beautiful landscape. At the beginning of the walking route of Gomeda Valley, the ruins of the Alakara Church greet the tourists. The history of the church, which is one of the dozens of works carved into the rocks, goes back to the Roman period.
Many surprises await visitors on the route of Gomeda Valley. After passing an underground city with closed passages and a rock arch, St. Basilios Church, which is thought to have been built in the Byzantine Iconoclast period, about 1400 years ago, adds an extra beauty to the trip.
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